Climate Camp Radio, Wednesday 06 Aug 2008 Daytime Broadcast
Latin America themed show
0.00 report from research network trip to Colombia by Andy from Colombia Solidarity (indigenous people' struggles for survival, western corporations exploits and coal mining).
4.00 Fidel talks about experiences from Ecuador. He highlights similarities, but also the fundamental differences in its political systems, mentioning a new constitution, the first one to include nature's Rights, Pacha Mama. Meaning any citizen in Ecuador could sue anybody who may be seen as violating nature's rights. Examples of struggles and alternatives,
13.30 Andy responds with reflections on other situations in Latin America.
16.00 music. Dubby stuff
23.30 animal rights and climate camp, Matt interviewed by Neil talking about what animal rights mean to climate change, veganism and carbon food print on food and how eco-activism becomes the focus of NETCU now, very much like the animal rights movement has been for years.
30.00 Frances from legal team speaks on stop and searches and police creativity when searching and applying law.
32.30 Andy, local resident of the Hoo Peninsula and climate campers on the proposed new coal fired power station, local residents in the camp, as residents or daytrippers. Andy then talks about E-On's PR campaign to keep locals in the dark about the impact of the power station and the âHoo-Coughâ, job policy and local attitudes to renewables.
40.00 listing of supporters, etc
42.30 interview with bail breaker, after stopping a train going to Drax for 15-hours, resulting in a ban from climate camp. Background, consequences etc...
51.00 interview with rising tide network. Overview of the network, examples of campaigns, events, actions, usage of the network in their fight for social justice in relation to climate change.
1.08.00 interview with Skye about Genoa 2002, where he was as Indymedia journalist. He was seriously injured, almost died and fought the Italian police in court since. Skye sums up what happened at the time and what the recent court victory (15 convictions) means for him, the movement and the still ongoing court cases.
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio, we will be broadcasting from the Camp For Climate Action from the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. Alongside camp announcements, the shows will cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcome people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio; swing by the media tent if you would like to get involved. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aim provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop.
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